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Re: problem with scan from print server
This unit does NOT officially support Samsung printers... but it will allow printing with some. It does NOT support multi-function printers features like scanning for any brand of multi-function printers.
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Print Server doesnt require driver. Connect the printer to the computer directly and check if it is printing. The drivers for the printer will be loaded and you will be able to print. Then connect the printer to Print server and you will be able to print. If it is still not printing, you have to create an LPR port for the printer driver
One of the main difference between this tow printer is the DPR1020 is made to work with all printer including those multi function printers , because this old DP301U was a older version of print server that don't support those new multi function printers features like scanning and fax. So if you have a multi function printer I will advice you to get the DPR1020 so all features of that printer will work behind this print server.
Your print server has to have its own IP address. If you have your computer as 126.96.36.199 then your print server would be 188.8.131.52.
You cant have the same IP address on any 2 items on your network.
It should be fine as long as it is in the range that the router can recognize and that it doesn't conflict with another IP address used on another device. Usually on the networks I design I keep the printers on higher IP address so that they can be managed on a certain range.
Is this the wireless print server?
What specifically do you mean by PJL printer block?
This is not a solution just a possible fly in the ointment. I have often found that scanners only work when attached directly to a computer. Scanning over the network is not a solution I have found. You can always share out the printer from the attached pc.